Raven Ridge Wildlife center
is a registered non-profit 501c3 organization
1828 Water Street
Washington Boro, PA
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Live Educational Programs
Raven Ridge Wildlife Center and our educational ambassador animals want to
share the joys of wildlife with you! We offer programs for schools, birthday parties, camps, clubs, and more. Our programs are available for any age and
can be tailored to fit your group’s needs. At this time, all programs are offered for off-site outreach only.
We currently offer the following programs...
Native Pennsylvania Species
Meet the mammals, birds, and reptiles that share our backyards!
Learn to appreciate and live in harmony with some of these amazing creatures.
Learn what it means to be a wildlife rehabilitator.
Find out what our job looks like every day and what you can do to help!
Available animals include: Virginia opossum, mink, striped skunk, black rat snake, eastern box turtles, red-eared slider, owls, and hawks. All animals are subject
to change and requests may not be able to be honored.
Our wildlife programs are provided by experienced wildlife handlers.
We are licensed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the PA Game Commission and the PA Fish and Boat Commission to provide these unique experiences for the public.
We carry liability insurances as well- certification is available upon request.
Rates: $250 for a 1-hour long program.
Additional programs at the same location available for $145.
$0.50 per mile cost for programs further than 30 miles from Washington Boro, PA.
Table set-ups available for approximately $400, including live animals and artifacts. Table costs are flexible with duration and location.”
To book a program or for more information,
call us at 717-808-2652
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rabies is a deadly disease, always fatal to humans.
It is a virus carried in the saliva of infected animals and can be passed through any tiny skin opening.
Foxes, raccoons, bats, skunks, coyotes, and groundhogs are potential carriers of rabies and should not be touched
with bare hands under
If you must handle these animals, use gloves
and a thick towel for
The only test for rabies involves destroying the animal and testing
its brain tissue.
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